|MWV Episode 80 - Harald zur Hausen - Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) - American Society for Microbiology|
Vincent Racaniello speaks with Professor Harald zur Hausen, recipient of the 2013 Society for General Microbiology Prize Medal for "work that has had a far-reaching impact beyond microbiology."Professor zur Hausen talks about the beginnings of his work on the human papilloma virus (HPV) starting in 1972 with a group he setup to look at the "isolation and characterization of the viruses in genital warts."This group would lead to the discovery of HPV 16 and 18 (the leading cause of cervical cancer...
Keywords: hpv; human; papilloma; virus; cancer; oral; vaccine; genital; warts; noble prize; colon; SGM 2013; zur Hausen
|MWV Episode 74 - David Bhella - Electron-cryomicroscopy - American Society for Microbiology|
Dr. David Bhella studies the structural components of viruses using the techniques of electron-cryomicroscopy and image analysis.In addition to his research, David participates with the Glasgow Science Centre in public outreach to help teach students the processes behind his science.Due to his work, David received the 2013 Peter Wildy Prize for Microbiology Education. David's acceptance speech detailed his work with students as well as the stunning images he has produced through his work in elec...
Keywords: David Bhella; SGM; structural; biology; virology; microbiology; peter wildy; 3D; printing; electron; microscopy; cryomicroscopy; public; outreach; Glasgow; Science; Centre
|TWiV Live at the 2011 ASM General Meeting in New Orleans (MWV49) - American Society for Microbiology|
In episode 49 of MicrobeWorld Video, Vincent and guests Rachel Katzenellenbogen, Roger Hendrix, and Harmit Malik recorded TWiV #135 live at the 2011 ASM General Meeting in New Orleans, where they discussed transformation and oncogenesis by human papillomaviruses, the amazing collection of bacteriophages on the planet, and the evolution of genetic conflict between virus and host.
Keywords: ASM; bacteriophage; cancer; cervical cancer; genetic conflict; HPV; human papillomavirus; retrovirus; tethering; viral; virology; virus
|Natalie Prystajecky: Norovirus (MWV65) - American Society for Microbiology|
In episode 65 of MicrobeWorld Video, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Natalie Prystajecky Ph.D., Environmental Public Health Microbiologist, BCCDC Public Health Microbiology and Reference Laboratory, about her work with norovirus. This episode was filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on February 16th, 2012. Norovirus is the leading cause of acute gastroenteritis in the world...
Keywords: AAAS; Caliciviridae; cruise; gastroenteritis; GII 4; illness; Natalie; norovirus; outbreaks; oysters; PCR; Prystajecky; sapovirus; ships; vaccine
|MWV Episode 43 - USA Science and Engineering Festival - Part 2 - American Society for Microbiology|
On October 23 2010, MicrobeWorld attended the first annual USA Science and Engineering Festival on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. In part 2 of this two-part video, Stanley Maloy, Dean of the College of Science at San Diego State University, continues his tour of the microbiology related exhibits at the festival. Featured in this episode are members of the departments of biology and microbiology at the University of Georgia and Idaho State University...
Keywords: USA; science; engineering; festival; video; dc; microbiology; maloy; exhibit; radiation; termites; genomics; mobile; laboratory; venter; waste; mall; national; event
|Mwv Episode 72 Jonathan Eisen Evolvability, The Built Environment And Open Science 1280x 720 - American Society for Microbiology|
Jonathan Eisen is an evolutionary biologist, currently working at University of California, Davis and is the academic editor-in-chief of the open-access journal PLoS Biology.On this episode, Jonathan talks about "evolvability," the probability that organisms can invent new functions. To do this, he has been using genome data in conjunction with experimental information to try and understand the mechanisms by which new functions have originated.Another area of interest for Eisen is the "built env...
Keywords: AAAS; Vancouver; Jonathan Eisen; built; environment; PLoS; biology; microbiology; Davis; evolution; organisms; functions; microbes; controlled; open; science; journals
|MWV Episode 76 - Jeffrey Almond - Vaccine Development - American Society for Microbiology|
Dr. Jeffrey Almond began his career as an academic virologist studying influenza. Eventually Jeffrey started his own lab and began studying picornaviruses working on an oral polio vaccine strain.Following twenty years in academics including major contributions in the eradication of polio worldwide, Jeffrey transitioned into a career in industry working on vaccine development at Sanofi Pasteur.In March of 2013, Jeffrey was at the Society for General Microbiology's Spring conference to give the Co...
Keywords: SGM; flu; polio; vaccine; Colworth; prize; microbiology; oral; virologist; influenza; picornaviruses; strain; industry; production; development; R&D
|MWV Episode 42 - USA Science and Engineering Festival - Part 1 - American Society for Microbiology|
On October 23 2010, MicrobeWorld attended the first annual USA Science and Engineering Festival on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. In part 1 of this two-part video, Stanley Maloy, Dean of the College of Science at San Diego State University, takes us on a tour of the microbiology related exhibits at the festival. Featured in this episode are the American Society for Microbiology booth "Where the Microbes Are (Everywhere!)" and the members of the Microbial Sciences Initiative at Harvard Uni...
Keywords: USA; science; engineering; festival; video; dc; microbiology; maloy; microbial; initiative; exhibit; biosphere; harvard; squid; bobtail; food; mall; national; event
|Ron Atlas: Publication of H5N1 Research (MWV57) - American Society for Microbiology|
In episode 57 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Vancouver, BC Canada on February 18, 2012, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Ron Atlas Ph.D., Chair of ASM's Biodefense Committee and Professor of Biology, University of Louisville. Stan and Ron discuss the recent recommendation by the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) to withhold some of the key data regarding transmissibility from recent research on the H5N1 virus...
Keywords: H5N1; avian; virus; flu; pandemic; research; publication; Ron; Atlas; AAAS; NSABB; biosecurity; censor; transmissibility
|MWV Episode 69 Richard Cogdell Bacterial Photosynthesis - American Society for Microbiology|
Richard Cogdell is the Director of the Institute for Molecular Cell and Systems Biology at the University of Glasglow, Scotland. Richard was led to a career in studying bacterial photosynthesis by a desire to learn and understand basic photosynthesis, he "wanted to know how natured worked." In 1995, Richard's research group, in collaboration with others, used protein crystallography to determine the three dimensional structure of a light-harvesting complex from the purple bacterium, Rhodospsedom...
Keywords: AAAS; Cogdell; Richard; photosynthesis; bacterial; artificial; leaf; renewable; energy; sustainable; solar; battery; light; harvesting; complex; protein; crystallography; bacterium
|David Bhella: The Peter Wildy Award Talk (MWV75) - American Society for Microbiology|
David Bhella, Ph.D., MRC Centre for Virus Research, accepts the Peter Wildy Prize for Microbiology Education, awarded annually by the Society for General Microbiology for an outstanding contribution to microbiology education. Recorded live March 25, 2013 in Manchester, UK.
Keywords: Peter Wildy; ASM; MicrobeWorld Video; David Bhella; Society for General Microbiology; American Society for Microbiolog; Manchester; UK; Science; Virology; Microbiology; Education
|This Week in Microbiology Live in NOLA (MWV50) - American Society for Microbiology|
In episode 50 of MicrobeWorld Video, Vincent, Michael, and Stanley recorded episode #8 of the podcast This Week in Microbiology live at the 2011 ASM General Meeting in New Orleans, with guests Andreas BaÃ¼mler, Nicole Dubilier, and Paul Rainey. They spoke about how pathogens benefit from disease, symbioses between chemosynthetic bacteria and marine invertebrates, and repetitive sequences in bacteria.
Keywords: bacteria; Baumler; benefit; chemosynthetic; disease; Dubilier; invertebrates; live; marine; microbiology; New Orleans; pathogens; Rainey; repetitive; symbioses
|Rob Knight - The Microbiome Project (MWV082) - American Society for Microbiology|
Rob Knight studies the diversity of microbial communities. For every person, microbes outnumber human cells by a factor of ten. Rob has found that this large population of microbes differs based on which part of your body they inhabit (head, hands, gut, etc.).These same microbes vary widely in type from person to person. Unlike the human genome which is 99.9% alike from person to person, people are 80 to 90% different in their microbial make up.Rob shares what the microbiome project as been able...
Keywords: Rob Knight; AAAS; microbiome; therapy; probiotics; project; Bangladesh; microbes; microbial; diversity; communities; human
|Journal of Bacteriology - American Society for Microbiology|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|Cheese and Microbes - MicrobeWorld Video - Ep. 28 - American Society for Microbiology|
Fine cheeses are like fine wines. Producing and aging them properly is both an art and a science. From cave-aging to the use of raw milk, watch Dr. Catherine Donnelley, Co-director of the Vermont Institute for Artisan Cheeses, describe the microbial world of cheese. Listeria and Salmonella are just a couple of the pathogens that pose a risk to cheese consumers. In this episode of MicrobeWorld Video, Dr...
Keywords: microbes; cheese; artisan; pathogens; cultures; Catherine Donnelly; Pat Elliot; Erica Sanford; VIAC; raw; milk; Everona dairy
|mHealth - Infectious Disease in a Mobile Age - American Society for Microbiology (MicrobeWorld)|
Mobile health or mHealth is part of a movement towards citizen-centered health services delivered through cellular technologies. Mobile phones in particular are becoming a first line of defense against emerging infectious diseases by keeping healthcare practitioners and the public informed about outbreaks. For individuals mHealth technologies can provide real-time monitoring of vital signs and even deliver treatment services in the form of risk assessments, medication regimens and doctor appoint...
Keywords: disease; infectious; mobile; tech; cell; health; map
|Manual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria - American Society for Microbiology. Committee on Bacteriological Technic|
Includes index and bibliographies
Keywords: Bacteriology -- Cultures and culture media; Microbiology -- Technique
Downloads: 4,517 (1 review)
|Manual of microbiological methods - American Society for Microbiology. Committee on Bacteriological Technic|
Keywords: Microbiology -- Technique; Bacteriology -- Cultures and culture media
Downloads: 10,659 (1 review)
|Journal of bacteriology (Volume 7 1922) - American Society for Microbiology|
|Journal of bacteriology (Volume 6 1921) - American Society for Microbiology|
|Journal of bacteriology (Volume v.1 1916) - American Society for Microbiology|
|Journal of bacteriology (Volume v.5 1920) - American Society for Microbiology|
|Journal of bacteriology (Volume v.3 1918) - American Society for Microbiology|
|Symposium on Marine Microbiology; [papers] - Symposium on Marine Microbiology (1961 : Chicago)|
"Held in conjunction with the 61st annual meeting of the American Society of Microbiologists in April, 1961" ... Sponsored by the Microbiology Branch of the Office of Naval Research."
Keywords: Marine microbiology; Marine biology
|Bergey's manual of determinative bacteriology - American Society for Microbiology|
Keywords: Bacteriology; Bacteria -- classification; Bacteriology
Downloads: 61,510 (1 review)
|Spores (Volume I) - American Society for Microbiology|
Keywords: Spores (Bacteria)
|Bergey's manual of determinative bacteriology - American Society for Microbiology|
Keywords: Bacteriology; Schizomycetes; Bacteriologia